As the days draw nearer and nearer to winter break, now is the perfect time to turn your students’ holiday excitement into a teachable moment!
At Edmentum, we know all about what it’s like to try to teach a new lesson while visions of sugarplums dance in the heads of your students. So, to help, we polled current and former educators for their favorite tips, engagement tricks, and best practices for getting through the winter holiday hustle.
At Edmentum, we’re fortunate enough to say that many members of our organization have spent years serving as educators, just like you! To help you tame classroom chaos, we asked these team members to share their top tips for managing the elementary classroom.
Educators embrace Halloween in the classroom in different ways. While some teachers still observe traditional spooky-themed Halloween celebrations, others have moved toward putting an educational spin on the classroom costume party. Your classroom may not be the place for witches or ghosts this year, but there are creative ways you can incorporate a fun, educational Halloween day into your lesson plan on October 31. Take a look at these three education-appropriate ideas to help celebrate Halloween at school.
EducationCity has just what you need to start off the school year right. Our fun, classroom packs are full of printables that are perfect for getting your classroom organized and ready, while our Back-to-School Topical Resource Pack is loaded with everything you need for a perfect first day back, including fact sheets, activities, and name tags!
National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month comes at the perfect time each year! Not only are some of the delicious fruits and veggies at their tastiest, but it’s also the beginning of summer vacation. Students who are home for the summer will most likely have the easiest access to junk foods and could use a refresher on why fresh foods are the better choice when the snack-time munchies come around.
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